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unSufficient privelege to create mail box on Exchange 2010 SP2

Hello all,

 

I'm Facing the following screens during create mail box,

perm
the followng screens for the ACL

df
also the following for the organization management  non selection,

 dcd
i face all the previous error after i press restore Defaults button on the ACL by mistake,

please advice,
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Bahloul
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ChrisCommented:
are you showing the permissions of you user account there?

are you actually a member of an exchange group that should give you access i.e. org management, recipient management
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BahloulAuthor Commented:
This is my member ship

 mem
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BahloulAuthor Commented:
which group  did you mean ??
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ChrisCommented:
That covered it.
Do you have more than one DB to try on.
I will have to double check on my exchange system to see what the ACL's should look like
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BahloulAuthor Commented:
thanks that would be very helpful ,
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BahloulAuthor Commented:
I can manage every thing in the exchange except create new mail box ,
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imkotteesSenior Messaging EngineerCommented:
Hi,

Please try after running this cmd for your user account

Get-Mailbox -database "database"| Add-MailboxPermission -User Admin -AccessRights FullAccess -InheritanceType All
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BahloulAuthor Commented:
after running this command gives me error to do it on the domain controller and still the issue :( .

errror
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ChrisCommented:
its possibly not an exchange issue its permissions on the user account.
check the Security on the user account and make sure inheritance is on for that user and they include permissions that would allow you to edit that account
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imkotteesSenior Messaging EngineerCommented:
i agree with irweazelwallis, because your current account does not have appropriate permission to run shell cmd as well.
Did you try using admin account?
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Manpreet SIngh KhatraSolutions Architect, Project LeadCommented:
You only need to have Recipient Admin rights to create a Mailbox account

If you feel the Exchange permissions are screwed a bit please run the below command and try from SP2 files

Setup.com /PrepareAD

- Rancy
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Rajkumar-MCITPCommented:
Since you are an Organization Administrator, give a Try by running the Exchange Management Shell using the Run As Administrator option
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ChrisCommented:
the permissions possibility was two fold

you account having permissions - it looks like you are in the right groups which means there could be an issue with the exchange permissions

or

permissions over that particular user, try creating a different user in a different OU and see if there are any issues as there may be some ACL's blocking you from editing that particular user
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ChrisCommented:
http://thoughtsofanidlemind.wordpress.com/2010/10/08/ex2010-insufficient-access/

try following through this blog article and see if the outcomes match your problem
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BahloulAuthor Commented:
i run the followng commands and mail creation work Excpet several mailboxes :-

setup /pl
setup /ps

setup /p [/on:<  ----  >]

setup /PrepareAD
setup /pd


still this screen ,

err
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Manpreet SIngh KhatraSolutions Architect, Project LeadCommented:
It clearly says the Property has either got a extra blank space in the starting or Ending or between causing this error

Hope there is no extra space please check its not Exchange its more of a issue on the account

- Rancy
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BahloulAuthor Commented:
Thanks all , Thanks  Rancy,
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